Publications, Volume 3

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Then the discrepancies as to when the Greeklade schools were transferred
31
The charters granted by King Arthur and others to Cambridge
38
A summary of the evidence as to Camdens interpolation
45
He makes three different Colleges to have been founded by Alfred
50
Further pleadings
56
The thousandth anniversary of the foundation by King Alfred celebrated
62
The British trackways
69
The absence of historical data during the remainder of their occupation
74
The S1te of Oxford dur1ng the Saxon Settle
80
The probabilities of the truth of the tradition considered by a snrvey
86
The recital of the story of the foundation prefixed to the charter of refound
92
Algar king of Leicester pursues her
98
The story told in the Cartulary of S Frideswide and the restoration
102
The probabilities are perhaps in favour of Binsey being meant
104
The Mercian conquest stretched southward to the long range of the Berk
110
King Elfrcd is not recorded to have visited Oxford at all
116
The road from the north into Oxford and that from the south over the ford
120
On the meaning to be attached to the expression took possession of Oxford
127
The year 912 sees Oxford both a fortified town and the centre of a shire
134
The synod near Oxford at Kyrtlington and death of the Bishop of Crediton
140
The lands there given or confirmed to S Frideswides
143
The Danish invasion continued the Danes gain possession of the Berkshire
149
Eadrics treachery shown throughout and its consequences
155
Gemot at Oxford under King Cnut A D 1018 where Danes and Angles were
161
A passage given in Lelands Collectanea from a Rochester Chronicle
167
The importance of Abingdon Abbey as contrasted with that of S Frideswide
168
Harold Harefoot dies at Oxford 1039
175
The great Gemot at Oxford Oct 281065 when Tostig Harolds brother
181
One AngloSaxon Chronicle takes William direct from Sussex to Beorham
187
On the supposed siege of Oxford after Williams coronation
193
On the question of an unrecorded siege
199
Robert DOilgi with Roger of Ivry found the Church of S George in
206
But eventually restores it
214
The Castle bridges
220
The nature of the Domesday Survey and its origin
221
Summary of the numbers of the houses held by tenants whose names are given
227
Illustrations of the term Vastae from similar entries in Domesday concerning
233
The Kings five mansions belonging to manors
239
The streets in Oxford
297
The Sheriffs and the Port Reeves
303
Passages quoted 1n Chapter II on the Myth1cal Or1g1n of Oxford
305
Speech of the Cambridge orator before Queen Elizabeth
311
Passages quoted 1n Chapter IV Oxford dur1ng the Saxon
317
reciting the original foundation in 727
319
William of Malmesbury Gest Pont An account of S Frideswide
323
Passages quoted 1n Chapter VI Oxford a Border Town 33 AngloSaxon Chronicle a d 777 Offa takes Benesington
324
Simeon of Durham
325
41 Plorence of Worcester
326
45 Henry of Huntingdon The massacre of S Brice
327
48 Florence of Worcester
328
S3 AngloSaxon Chronicle a d 1015 The Gemot at Oxford and Sige ferth and Morkere slain
329
Cartulary of S Frideswide A vague account of the substitute
331
William of Poictiers William goes to London via Guarengefort
336
William of Jumieges
337
Florence of Worcester
338
Cartulary of Oseney Roger of Ivrys gifts to the same
339
Abingdon Abbey Chronicle Robert DOilgi restores the churches of Oxford and builds Hythe Bridge
340
Evesham Chronicle The relics of S Egwin exhibited at Oxford
341
Domesday Survey Robert DOilgis lands at Oxford
344
Charter of King William
345
too Abingdon Abbey Chronicle Houses purchased in Oxford by Abbot Faritius
346
102 William of Malmesbury The Story of S Mildred
347
The two theories as to the origin of the name i e a The ford of the Oxen
348
Florence of Worcester 329
354
Reference to places with the syllable Ouse
355
The Thame and the Thames
361
The discovery of coins near Sephton in Lancashire in 1611
367
The Orsnaford coin and the interpretation by Spelman Walker Sir Andrewe
368
The rudeness of the workmanship
374
The invariable introduction of the letter R into the name militates against
381
A plan of Oxford chiefly to illustrate Chapter XI
387
jElfreds sovereignty over Mercia p 127
391
The names of the moneyers at Oxford during the reigns of William
397
Rous obtained part of his story from this Historiola since he was in
408
INDEX of Authors and MSS referred to
413
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